January 9, 2020
Estate Planning for Agricultural Producers
Ardmore Convention Center
2401 Rockford Road
Ardmore, OK 73401
10 am - 3 pm
$25 registration fee, includes lunch. Registration fee goes up to $35 for those who register within one week of the event.
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Level 4: Master
Farm families work hard to build successful operations and to create estates. Often, however, insufficient time is spent planning for the transfer of an estate to the next generation.
This workshop provides information on the need to plan for estate transfer as well as laws governing estate transfer and the tools available to use in estate planning. It is encouraged that all family members, especially both spouses, attend.
What You Will Learn:
- How quantifying your inventory and assets serves as the basis for planning your estate
- The importance of creating your goals
- The tools and instruments available for estate planning
- A review of the 2017 tax legislation
How You Will Learn:
- Classroom discussion
- Seminar presentations
Who Should Attend:
- Land and property owners who want to establish an estate plan and their immediate family members
What You Should Bring:
- A perception of the size of your estate and how your assets are owned
- Managing Taxes for Agricultural Producers
- Understanding Factors Affecting Calf Prices
- Introduction to Land Stewardship
- Shannon Ferrell, Ph.D., Professor, Agricultural Law, Oklahoma State University
- Craig Watson, Elder Law Attorney, Sherman, Texas